Employing concepts and terms from subjects varying from music, to philosophy, to mathematics, Jorinde Voigt’s large-scale drawings which incorporate color, form, movement, melody, rhythm, imagination, notation and collage, evoke the atmosphere of a rare moment, depicting the multiplicity inherent in concepts of time, space and speed.
ROLAND BARTHES’ book, A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments inspired VOIGT to create a series of 36 collaged drawings entitled, Piece for Words and Views (see above). Each drawing contains collage elements cut to represent words and ideas in Barthes’ book, thus recreating the central tenets of semiotics: signifier and signified. These representations are then linked to elements such as melody, rotation speed, and a new elaboration of the concept of time: the day before yesterday, yesterday, today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow → ∞, repeat/year.
via We Find Wildness